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    Boucher: deal not bound by Hyde Act
    123 Agreement holds India, U.S. together

    Human chain outside, disruption inside
    Protesting price rise, NDA members force adjournment of both Houses

    Relatives meet Sarabjit
    ISLAMABAD: The family of Sarabjit Singh on Thursday met the death row prisoner whose execution Pakistani authorities have fixed for May 1. The meeting took place at the Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore. In the capital, the government indicated ...

    Vaccine recalled, probe ordered
    NEW DELHI: The Centre has recalled the measles vaccine, after the administration of which four children died in Tamil Nadu’s Tiruvallur district on Wednesday. Instructions have been issued to the States to stop the use of this ...

    A glimmer of hope for Sarabjit
    His case under active consideration, says Foreign Office spokesman

    Solatium for victims
    CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu on Thursday suspended the administration of the measles vaccine. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi announced a solatium of Rs. 3 lakh each to the families of the four children who died following the administration of the ...

    AIADMK MP evicted from Rajya Sabha for disorderly conduct
    NEW DELHI: Rule 255 was invoked on Thursday for the first time since 1989, when Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari named V. Maitreyan of the AIADMK for disorderly behaviour and asked him to leave the House. Rule 255 states: “The ...

    Colombo: we deal with the Government of India
    Declines to comment on Tamil Nadu Assembly resolution

    Violence hits life in southern Tamil Nadu
    MADURAI: Normal life was affected in many parts of the southern districts on Thursday following a bandh called by the All India Forward Bloc to condemn desecration caused to freedom fighter Muthuramalinga Thevar’s statue in Madurai. ...

    Orissa heat wave toll mounts to six
    Bhubaneswar: The death toll due to the heat wave conditions in Orissa rose to six on Thursday even as there was a marginal fall in the mercury level in the State, including the dry western part. Revenue and Disaster Management Department ...

    RBI issues final norms for banks’ recovery agents
    Violation will attract ban for a limited period

    Warne spoils Chargers’ party
    Symonds’s fastest century goes in vain; Pathan, Smith revel

    Another run-feast in the offing
    Both Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab will be desperate to turn the tide

    Accord on TAPI gas pipeline project
    Four nations describe it as “economically viable”; implementation in 2010

    Population to touch 1.20 billion by 2011
    National register planned, it may usher in an era of register-based census

    Jackie comes to town

    China’s new Internet boom
    BEIJING: China’s fast-growing Internet population has risen to tie the United States for the world’s biggest, with 221 million people online, according to government data. The figure reflects China’s explosive growth ...

    No Outlook Express for Hotmail users
    London: Up to four million people will be affected after Microsoft’s Outlook Express e-mail program ceases to work with Hotmail, the company’s own webmail service, from June 30. On that date Microsoft will disable the technical ...

    Researchers say they have found dark matter
    LONDON: Scientists hunting an invisible form of matter that pervades the universe and holds galaxies together claim to have found it underneath a mountain in Italy. The discovery, at a laboratory built deep into the Gran Sasso mountain ...

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